Cabrera had already singled in a run in the third to provide Detroit the lead for good. He now has 13 RBI on the year.
Dunn has five home runs in 64 at-bats and owns an impressive .547 slugging percentage.
Gordon passed a concussion test after suffering a head injury while sliding into third base Tuesday night. He received the night off Wednesday against the Cole Hamels and the Phillies before returning Thursday.
Gordon is hitting .369 with one home run and six RBI in 65 at-bats.
Davis hit a solo home run in the fifth, singled in the seventh and slammed an RBI double in the eighth to raise his batting average to .328.
Murphy singled in two runs in the fifth to give his team a 3-0 lead and increase his RBI total to 17, which ranks seventh in the American League heading into night action. He owns a stat line of .290/.387/.484 as he continues to bounce back from a terrible 2013 season.
Perkins struck out the first two batters he faced, including Evan Longoria, before retiring James Loney on a flyout to nail down his fifth save. He has given up just one hit and one walk in the last seven innings with 11 strikeouts.
Bedard walked three in the first inning before giving up a single and double to fall behind 3-0. He walked another to open the second and followed by surrendering two more hits before settling down. He raised his season ERA to 7.45 by giving up four runs in four innings.
He will try to right himself Tuesday in Boston.
With fewer days off in May and June, the team might turn to
Reed struck out one and needed only 10 pitches to retire the side in order in the ninth inning. Eight of the 10 pitches were called for strikes. He is 5 of 6 in save situations with a 3.27 ERA, a 1.00 WHIP along with 12:2 K:BB ratio over 11 innings pitched.